View north over slAte-tiled rooftops of solid slate buildings that are typical of the Cumbrian town of Keswick. Echoing, and as if in kneeling devotion to, the dominating mountain of Skiddaw ( 931m) that towers over the area and which is formed of Skiddaw slate – a massive geological upthrust of compressed mud and shales formed on the bed of a tropical sea hundreds of millions of years ago.
Available in a signed edition of 25 Lightjet giclee prints on Kodak Pro Endura
Artist’s thumbprint on verso
20″ x 17″
£450 ( unframed )